Andrew Kenny

Can Ramaphosa never match Verwoerd?
by Andrew Kenny — last modified Aug 10, 2019 11:37 AM
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Aug 11, 2019

Is South Africa under democracy, ruled by the African National Congress (ANC), doomed to slower growth than it had under apartheid?

UCT closes down ideas
by Andrew Kenny — last modified Jul 28, 2019 02:12 AM
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Jul 28, 2019

There was a time when you were allowed to be exposed to ideas you didn’t agree with.

The problem with foreigners
by Andrew Kenny — last modified Jul 13, 2019 08:29 PM
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Jul 14, 2019

My free market instincts favour free movement of all people everywhere, but I know this is impractical, and indeed destructive. So, I’d just advocate intelligent, sympathetic, controlled immigration.

Our government is too big
by Andrew Kenny — last modified Jun 01, 2019 08:59 PM
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Jun 02, 2019

Small governments, interfering least in people’s lives, have delivered the most prosperity and the highest economic growth.

Election lessons for liberals
by Andrew Kenny — last modified May 12, 2019 09:04 AM
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May 11, 2019

For those, like me, who believe that liberalism is the best possible political and economic system for everybody, what lessons can we draw from Wednesday’s election? It seems the DA might have drawn the wrong ones.

Who should the workers vote for?
by Andrew Kenny — last modified May 04, 2019 10:46 PM
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May 04, 2019

In the election on Wednesday, which party offers the obvious, proven policies for improving the lot of working class people in South Africa?

A Tale of Two Trains
by Andrew Kenny — last modified Apr 28, 2019 08:48 AM
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Apr 28, 2019

There have been two spectacular changes in my experience of railway journeys in South Africa over the last 60 years, one tragically for the worse, one amazingly for the better.

The school question
by Andrew Kenny — last modified Apr 23, 2019 07:16 AM
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Apr 21, 2019

Nothing shows better the plight of President Ramaphosa than the school question. He is imprisoned by bad men and malevolent interests.


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